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[Virgin Mobile] 4GB Data and Unlimited Talk/Text $40/month (AB/BC Only)

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[Virgin Mobile] 4GB Data and Unlimited Talk/Text $40/month (AB/BC Only)

Virgin is matching public mobile until Monday.
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Dang, just ordered two PM SIM cards lol. I suppose there are still some differences between the two (ie. 90 day billing versus 30 day which means it's really 4 GB per month as opposed to 12 GB over 3 months, addon differences, and perhaps some others. I will wait for the experts to chime in on here..

Edit: ^ as previous poster mentioned AB/BC only, guess I am still going for PM.
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Please put AB and BC on the thread title.
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Are there additional data buckets available if going over 4gb?
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Nov 13, 2008
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They don't want any new customers but they don't want to lose existing customers either...interesting.
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Little too late... Most people would've switched to PM already. I would still prefer PM since it's 12GB of data over 3 months instead of 4GB each month
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SimpsonsFana wrote: Does Virgin use Rogers' network?
I'm nearly sure it's Bell.

Virgin Mobile Canada is owned by Bell Canada.
huuuu! (¬'-')¬ C-('-'Q) straight!
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Oct 26, 2016
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Virgin Mobile use bell network bell owns Virgin mobile
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Oh look, now all these companies offering 50% off what average Canadians pay. What happened? They suddenly now have the infrastructure to handle crazy geebees data load?

$*&# them. Public wins my wallet for at least being the first to break the neckchoking prices.
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blackston3 wrote: Oh look, now all these companies offering 50% off what average Canadians pay. What happened? They suddenly now have the infrastructure to handle crazy geebees data load?

$*&# them. Public wins my wallet for at least being the first to break the neckchoking prices.
I switched to PM too but let's just remember it's still Telus, part of the same big 3. They're only pushing this deal to increase customers and marketshare.

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